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Is the "chicken scratch" really a bad habit to have? When you're a beginner, at least. I find my lines to flow much nicer that way. Of course, once the sketching is done and all is said, I try not to make it very messy.
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Hello /ic/. I'm looking to get myself a nice drawing tablet for my computer. I do mostly sketches, but I'm looking to expand into painting and the likes. Any suggestions?
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Tattoo suggestions, critique I want to get this one :) it's gonna be expensive.... What do you guys think? the dudes at the tattoo shop said it needed 3 long sessions to finish it.. about 2 months of work >first tattoo


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Could anyone help me draw hands..i suck ..and anyone who can also help me with character cloth..would be nice ..i just draw regular cloths
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Hi, /ic/! First time poster here. Last summer I painted a white/silver frame black so it would suit a collage my grandmother made. However, the black paint didnt stick, so white spots started emerging. Yesterday I tried washing the frame, but it took ages, and you can see the result in the picture. Its ugly, so maybe a dark/ugly picture will suit the frame! Does anyone know where to find such a picture?


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Timelapse of the painting and more. Some very nice work. worth a look..
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Am I an asshole for not taking seriously art critiques from people with less artistic skills and knowledge than I? Let me explain: I am part of this organization, occasionally I do flyers and posters for them, but whenever I design them--on occasion, someone says how I could make them better if I change this or that, usually changes that make no fucking sense--these people include a graphic designer whose work is mediocre at best: makes text walls with random designs and lines all over the place, making the information look convoluted and uninteresting--we're trying to get people's attention and her designs are so weak--another (who is my friend) changed the fonts and placement of the text in one of the flyers--both of which I picked for a fucking reason: to give more cohesiveness and consistency. So idk /ic/, would you take advice from someone who knows shit about art?

Proportions and stuff (critique)

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Just looking for a general critique (or suggestions) on this draft, before I get into drawing a bunch of details. The main things I'm looking for feedback on; proportions, especially the body/face structure. The drawing's going to be of a (teenaged?) girl sitting in a car, enjoying the drive, with her hand out the window. Obviously, I haven't outlined her hair or anything. Prospective title: "Innocence" A few other things I'm not perfectly content with: -The car mirror on the window. Is its position too low? Sticking too far out? -Is her jaw too masculine? -Are her proportions not correct for an adolescent? -Her neck and shoulders are giving me a hard time, and I keep moving them around. Obviously, one's going to be higher than the other, since she's leaning on it, but I keep worrying about the proportions. -Her bust seems a bit off -Not sure if her hand should stick out, or bend back in (as it is currently). Ideally, she'll be holding her hand out in the wind as the car is moving. Anyways, feedback is appreciated, especially if you have some good stock images, or know of some decent sites I might find useful.
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Hey /ic/, looking for some critique before college so i can work on some stuff before school starts. Gunna post some sketches and some covers I appreciate any and all feedback. Comic fag b dubs.
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My last Prismacolor marker finally died today /ic/. I was about to run to the store when I looked over at a watercolor brush I hadn't used in a long time. I went over to my old marker, got a shotglass filled with vodka (alcohol based markers) and put my black marker inside. I used it like a watercolor and painted some landscape washes with it. "no rules, just tools". It made me realize something; I wasn't drawing with a marker, I wasn't technically painting with watercolor paint, using pastels, pencils, digital tablets, or anything like that. I was just using a brush and some old black dye. It sounds stupid, but it made me not focus on the limitations of the medium, I just focused on what I was trying to draw. It's like the concept of drawing something complex with a stick and some mud. So my topic /ic/: Is the concept of being "limited" by the medium of your choice a constant truth or is it flawed? Can the old master that grinded up pieces of plant root and mixed it with binder make something as equally good as a concept artist with a 1000$ computer?

Pixel Art

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I started to pixel art drawing a month ago and I want some criticism. Here are more of my works. http://kulivszk.deviantart.com/
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My girlfriend is in her junior year at a small art school (illustration major). We we're discussing the possibility of universal beauty and i suggested psychedelic art as representing (or at least attempting to represent) experiences that everyone couldn't help but find find incomprehensibly beautiful. Then she told me something that kinda blew my mind... she told me she sees more confusion and noise in psychedelic art than beauty. in fact, she rejects "beautiful" as applying to ANY psychedelic art she's seen. What? Is this possible? What the trippy fuck is going on?

Graphic Design halp plz

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Hey what up! I'm just a reg doosher looking for legal help. I'm trying to sell my services as a graphic designer for wedding pictures and I need to get started. I was wondering how I can use someone's nice wedding photo for an example of my artistry. Unlimited karmatic gratitude from a crusty dude
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How does /ic/ feel about Minimalism in visual art?
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http://io9.com/the-weirdest-and-fiercest-helmets-from-the-age-of-armor-510686611 For reference
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So how's my art? I am working on textural composition and just wondering if I can get critiques or "thumbs up" on it
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sup /ic/ whatchya guys know aboout Weller?
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hey /ic/ wondering if theres any input into this style of art i make. its inspired somewhat from architectual design but i use it to make posters. this here is an incomplete WIP screengrab of the work for my latest contracter any suggestions on how to use this style in new ways or tips'n'tricks? cheers in advance -Anon
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So, any markers that hit a good quality/price ratio? I'm pretty casual with 'art,' and I'd just like to improve what I do and try adding color to my 'work.'

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